Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
How to change o2 sensor in 1996 jeep cherokee This video gives a good visual of the sensors, and how to remove them. You need to make sure you obtain the correct sensors for your particular vehicle. I believe most sensors come pre- lubed with anti-seize compound, and additional anti seize is not recommended. You will find a wealth of information on the Web on this subject. Just do a search " 1998 jeep grand Cherokee O2 sensors.". You need to work on the vehicle with the engine and exhaust cold, to prevent burns... I hope this is helpful...
Posted on Apr 15, 2014
Double posted, back up one ,please.
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